Media Molecule has revealed that LittleBigPlanet 2 may not end up being fully backwards compatible with its critically acclaimed predecessor.
Speaking to the chaps at EDGE magazine, the company’s co-founder, Alex Evans, admitted that it “might not succeed” in getting all stages from the original game to work with the sequel as a result of “exploits people have used” in making them.
“We may not get 100 percent backwards compatibility,” Evans conceded, “but I hope we do.”
“It’s a really hard job to QA it, with millions of levels to get through. We might not succeed in all the exploits people have used.”
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